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Watch Coldplay perform with Craig David at Wembley Stadium
their ‘Music Of The Spheres’ tour, Coldplay have welcomed Craig David to join them in performing two of the Hampshire singer’s own songs.Coldplay’s first sold-out show at Wembley Stadium took place on Friday (August 12), while the second went down last night (August 13). David wasn’t scheduled to perform at either show – nor is he billed for any of the remaining four – but made surprise appearances at both during Coldplay’s set. Both shows saw the impromptu supergroup perform David’s ‘Live In The Moment’ (from 2018’s ‘The Time Is Now’). On Friday, they followed it up with ‘Fill Me In’ (from 2000’s ‘Born To Do It’) and last night, they rounded out the micro-set with ‘7 Days’ (also from ‘Born To Do It’). Have a look at fan-shot footage from the performances below, then see the full setlist from last night’s show:1. ‘Higher Power’ 2. ‘Adventure Of A Lifetime’ 3. ‘Paradise’ 4. ‘Charlie Brown’ 5. ‘The Scientists’ (included excerpts of ‘Oceans’) 6. ‘Viva La Vida’ 7. ‘Hymn For The Weekend’ 8. ‘Let Somebody Go’ (with H.E.R.) 9. ‘Politik’ 10. ‘In My Place’ 11. ‘Yellow’ 12. ‘Human Heart’ 13. ‘People Of The Pride’ 14. ‘Clocks’ 15. ‘Infinity Sign’ (included excerpts of ‘Music Of The Spheres II’ and ‘Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall’) 16. ‘Something Just Like This’ (pre-recorded vocals with Chris Martin performing in sign language) 17. ‘Midnight’ (remix, included excerpts of ‘Blue Moon Tree’ by Lone) 18. ‘My Universe’ (with Max Martin) 19. ‘A Sky Full Of Stars’ (with Max Martin) 20. ‘Sparks’ 21. ‘Live In The Moment’ (Craig David cover, with Craig David) 22. ‘7 Days’ (Craig David cover, with Craig David) 23. ‘Humankind’ 24. ‘Fix You’ (included excerpts of ‘Midnight’) 25. ‘Biutyful’As you’ll see above, Coldplay also welcomed H.E.R.
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Coldplay kick off eco-friendly ‘Music Of The Spheres’ world tour in Costa Rica
Coldplay began their huge eco-friendly world tour for new album ‘Music For The Spheres’ in Costa Rica last night (March 18) – see footage, reaction, setlist and more below.The band’s 2022 world stadium tour comes with an emphasis on environmental sustainability, and began with a gig at the Estadio Nacional in the Costa Rican capital San Jose.During the show, the band debuted a number of songs from ‘Music Of The Spheres’ live for the first time, as well as airing classics including ‘Fix You’, ‘Yellow’ and ‘Viva La Vida’.See footage and pictures from the show as well as the full setlist below.A post shared by Planeta Coldplay (@planetacoldplay)A post shared by AM Prensa (@amprensa)A post shared by TICONCIERTOS (@ticonciertos)‘Higher Power’‘Adventure of a Lifetime’‘Paradise’‘Charlie Brown’‘The Scientist’‘Viva la Vida’‘Orphans’‘Let Somebody Go’‘Bani Adam’‘Sparks’‘Yellow’‘Human Heart’ (with H.E.R.)‘People of the Pride’‘Clocks’‘Infinity Sign’‘Something Just Like This’‘Midnight’‘My Universe’‘A Sky Full of Stars’‘Coloratura’‘Patriótica costarricense’ (Manuel María Flores cover)‘God Put a Smile Upon Your Face’‘Everyday Life’‘Sunrise’‘Humankind’‘Fix You’‘Biutyful’Integral to the new tour is its eco-friendly measures, which have been set out on a new ‘sustainability’ section of Coldplay’s official website.The measures include cutting direct emissions by 50 per cent compared to the band’s last tour in 2016 and 2017, using 100 per cent renewable energy and having solar installations at every venue.Discussing the idea behind the tour, Coldplay said in a statement: “We’re very conscious that the planet is facing a climate crisis.
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